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vacationbound 08-18-2007 09:02 PM

I was going to post a question about airlines and then as I was reading some posts I came up with another question. I didn't want to make two different posts so here goes.... What is tendering? and What is a good airline to fly to Vancouver so I can depart on my Alaskan cruise?

Svein 08-18-2007 09:15 PM

Tendering is when the ship anchors and the pax is being brought to and from shore with smaller boats which are called tenders.

This is done in some ports due to lack of suitable berth space.

jack2007 08-19-2007 12:14 AM


Originally posted by vacationbound:
What is a good airline to fly to Vancouver so I can depart on my Alaskan cruise?
Hi vacationbound, its a little bit hard to answer that question as you just show as registered and give no indication of where you are from. you look at the bottom of my post you will see I am from the uk.If you are from the uk then I would suggest you look at zoom air for budget air travel as they seem to be doing ok at the moment and they fly from london to vancouver.
I'm sure some of the other members will be able to give you lots of information about US airlines if you let them know the departure airport....sorry I cant help more. regards jack

Greyson 08-19-2007 10:58 AM

If you have the option, I prefer either Sun Country Airlines or Frontier Airlines

drlivingston 08-20-2007 06:15 AM

Celebrity tendering in Santorini...

cousins 08-25-2007 05:26 AM


cousins 08-25-2007 05:27 AM

Which brings us to the point of ARRRIVE early to tender back to the ship- it can take a little time and you don't want to be left behind!

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